Dawson transfer agreed in principle with Hull City

Hull City manager Steve Bruce has revealed that they have reached an agreement in principle for the transfer of Tottenham captain Michael Dawson for a fee previously believed to be £4 million ($6.63m - €5.01m).

Dawson transfer agreed in principle with Hull City


Dawson has been at Spurs for 9 years and loves the club, something that needs to be seen more at Tottenham. The like of Nabil Bentaleb and Harry Kane just making their way into the team have that same passion.

The idiotic Spurs fans who have abused him should hang their heads in shame, he may no longer be of the standard we require but nobody can doubt he gave his all for the club and that is all any fan can ask of any player, give us your best, give us 100%. He did.

He joins Jake Livermore who we sold to Steve Bruce's side earlier this summer for £7 million + £1 million ($11.6m + $1.66m - €8.76m + €1.25m) of add-ons and Tom Huddlestone who joined them last summer for £5.25 million ($8.7m - €6.57m).

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It was a Tom Huddlestone shot today for 10 man Hull that was saved by the Stoke keeper only for Jelavic to turn in for the opening goal in their 1-1 draw to Mark Hughes managed Stoke City.

All that remains is for Dawson and Tottenham to reach agreement on a settlement package, he is entitled to the last 2 years wages of his contract, that will be resolved this week.



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